In the recent past several startups including Byju's, Unacademy, Vedantu and Toppr have started offering coding classes in a bid to attract more students. But amidst this frenzy, one startup, NavGurukul, a Bengaluru-based NGO has been plugging away at the space since 2016 offering a one year residential programme to low-income youth to teach them software coding. They're also guaranteed a job at the end of it.
Through 3one4 Capital, venture capitalists Pranav and Siddarth Pai. sons of Mohandas Pai, are investing in new-age technologies, and in the process, building a wholesome pie for themselves
An online platform called SeekingArrangement, which matches 'sugar daddies' with 'sugar babies', is finding takers in India, as older professionals and entrepreneurs seek companionship and youngsters seek financial help and guidance
In four years, the ecommerce enabler has covered a lot of ground. From posting a modest revenue of Rs1.5 crore in 2017, Shopmatic is clocking a run-rate of Rs27 crore for March 2020
Online courses from India—from players such as SimpliLearn, Upgrad and Great Learning—are providing domestic and global learners with the knowledge and skills to upgrade themselves, while building high-margin businesses